Likud Party members took to the polls on Monday to set the party’s Knesset list ahead of general elections on April 9.

The party of Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu puts 142 candidates in front of 120,000 registered members from 10 a.m. to 10 p.m. at 113 polling stations across the country.

Each eligible voter is entitled to choose 12 representatives, who will be added to the list of spots picked by Netanyahu, district candidates, new immigrants and young candidates, and slots reserved for women.

Official results are expected to come in on Wednesday morning, after votes are counted at polling stations, and then again manually at Kfar Maccabiah.